According to DCMA's latest market research report, the global data center UPS market is anticipated to generate revenues of around $5 billion by 2024, growing at a CAGR of over 5% during 2019-2024. UPS systems are a critical infrastructure component in the data center design. The adoption of UPS systems is highly dependent on the critical IT and cooling load of the data center. UPS systems are also being widely adopted to provide backup power for cooling systems installed in the facility.
Key Topics Covered:
- Market definition - Overview of the global data center UPS market
- Market segmentation – System, system capacity, tier standards, and geography
- Market dynamics - Extensive study of the presence of market enablers, restraints, and trends
- Market size & forecast - Revenue of the global data center UPS market
- Porter’s Five Force Analysis - Highlighting the competitive scenario of the market and Recognizing the success of the market strategy
- Competitive Scenario - Information about mergers and acquisitions and strategic collaborations
- Vendors – Profiling of leading vendors and other prominent vendors in terms of strategy, strengths, and weaknesses
- Takeaways– Offers key recommendations and suggestions for vendors and significant service providers about the market.
Growing colocation investment to boost market growth, increasing lithium-ion UPS adoption, growing rack power density, increasing usage of modular UPS systems and prefabricated facility development, and increasing adoption of advanced battery monitoring solutions are a few growth enablers and trends in the global data center UPS market.
- UPS systems are installed across three major locations in a data center: centralized (overall facility), row-level, and rack-level.
- The market vendors are offering UPS systems of varied capacities ranging between 500 kVA and 1,500 kVA.
- The price of flywheel UPS is almost similar to that of VRLA batteries, where flywheel UPS systems can provide up to 20% savings in OPEX.
- The emergence of nickel-zinc batteries and an increase in the adoption of 48V DC UPS systems followed by cloud and colocation providers involved in the OCP community will be a major boost.
- The market is dominated by the US with 1,600 MW of capacity added by data center operators during January 2018-June 2019.
- ABB, Eaton, Schneider Electric, Vertiv, and Piller Systems (Active Power).
Other prominent vendors –
- AEG Power Solutions, Ametek Powervar, Borri Group, Controlled Power Company, Cyber Power Systems, Delta Group, Fuji Electric, Gamatronic (SolarEdge), Hitachi Hi-Rel Power Electronics, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), Kohler (Uninterruptible Power Supplies Ltd), Legrand, Mitsubishi, Riello UPS, Rittal, Shenzhen KSTAR Science and Technology, Socomec, Toshiba, Tripp Lite, VYCON, and ZincFive.
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